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Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago Illinois

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on April 19th, 2010 | No Comments

Hello from the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel at Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose’s Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago, Illinois!

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Simon Leung at Gateway to Wealth Seminar

I’m speaking very rarely in the United States these days, and my good friends, Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose, did not disappoint with the quality of the attendees and speakers at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar.

In three content packed days, the Gateway to Wealth Seminar soldout room was overwhelmed with the amazing information shared by Stephen Pierce, Russell Brunson, Donna Fox, Adam Gingsberg, Sean Roach, Greg Caesar, Bill Walsh, PJ Van Hulle and Jeff Wellman.

As if the presentations themselves weren’t enough to overdeliver in value, Keith Wellman and Gary Ambrose also held an additional bonus session on how to become a successful entrepreneur, which featured more VIP experts who were in attendance at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar.

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Sterling Valentine, Donna Fox, Simon Leung, Jeff Wellman, Gary Ambrose, Keith Wellman, Jordan Hall, Hollis Carter, Jonny Andrews and Marc Horne at the Gateway to Wealth Seminar Bonus Session

The Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Chicago is my last speaking engagement in the United States for the next few months.

Let me know if you would like to meet me outside of the United States during any of my upcoming summer events in London, Manila, Bristol, Sydney, Dubai, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Hanoi, Chennai, Delhi or Pattaya!

Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Singapore

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates, Videos on November 2nd, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Suntec Convention Center at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress in Singapore!

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Simon Leung at Asia Internet Congress Singapore

For the past week, I have been spending a lot of time with Fabian Lim and the Asia Internet Congress team as they held two powerful back-to-back events in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Singapore.

This weekend’s Asia Internet Congress event in Singapore is even bigger than last weekend’s in Malaysia, with over twice the number of attendees inside the jam-packed conference room.

In addition to the speakers who presented at Asia Internet Congress in Malaysia, which included Patric Chan, Jaz Lai, Sean Roach, David Cavanagh and Kishore M, Fabian Lim has added Jo Han Mok, Benjamin Wee and Ivan Wong to the Asia Internet Congress Singapore roster.

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Asia Internet Congress Singapore Speakers – Fabian Lim, Simon Leung, Patric Chan, Jaz Lai, Jo Han Mok, David Cavanagh, Sean Roach

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Asia Internet Congress Singapore Expert Panel – Fabian Lim, Simon Leung, Jaz Lai, Jo Han Mok, Eugene Ang, Ivan Wong

At the close of Asia Internet Congress, Fabian Lim held a Best Speaker Award ceremony where he asked the attendees to vote for the event’s most inspirational speaker.

Here is a short video clip of the Asia Internet Congress Best Speaker Award ceremony and results…

 

 

Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on October 25th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Wisma MCA at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

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Simon Leung at Asia Internet Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I’m very excited that Fabian Lim has invited me back to the Asia Internet Congress stage, as I was one of the speakers at the original Asia Internet Congress in Singapore back in 2007, which was also my very first speaking engagement in Singapore.

Since meeting for the first time at that event, Fabian Lim and I have become very close friends, speaking at each other’s events, and also planning some exciting events of our own scheduled to launch in Q1 of 2010.

I have decided to partner with Fabian Lim not only because he is a great friend who knows what he is doing when it comes to search engine optimization and Pay-Per-Click advertising, but also because he is one of the few promoters who knows how to put on amazing live events.

And it was definitely no exception this weekend at Asia Internet Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

An event complete with some of the top experts in the world, motivated audience, well-trained crew and exceptional planning, Asia Internet Congress also included several full-blown 90 minute trainings from Fabian Lim himself.

In addition to the individual speaker presentations, expert panels and networking sessions, Asia Internet Congress is definitely one of the highest valued live events anyone can expect to attend at any given time.

And next weekend, I am very excited to return to Fabian Lim’s stage once again when he hosts Asia Internet Congress in Singapore.

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Asia Internet Congress Malaysia Speakers – Fabian Lim, Jaz Lai, Gobala Krishnan, Simon Leung, David Cavanagh, Patric Chan, Sean Roach

Brett McFall And Tom Hua’s World Internet Summit In Auckland, New Zealand

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on July 26th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Centra Hotel at Brett McFall and Tom Hua’s World Internet Summit in Auckland, New Zealand!

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 World Internet Summit Presentation

This was my first trip to New Zealand, and I was very excited not only to speak at the World Internet Summit, but also to meet the many other experts also presenting at the event, including Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Brian Koz, Adam Ginsberg, Sean Roach, James Schramko, Alok Jain, Scott Letourneau, Shuane Clark, Mark Ling, Raymond Aaron and Gail Bottomley.

As always, Brett McFall and Tom Hua has put on yet another awesome event, overdelivering with not only the caliber of experts, but also with the networking and training sessions specifically for the newbies in the audience.

During the weekend, I also met some new friends, who were all kind enough to hang out with David DiNucci and me so we wouldn’t be bored out of our minds… :)

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David DiNucci with new friends Mahei Foliaki and Aimee Vo

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Dinner with David DiNucci, Mahei Foliaki and Mathilda Chai

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Dinner with James Schramko, Mahei Foliaki and David DiNucci

World Internet Summit in Gold Coast, Queensland Australia

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on March 15th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Grand Ballroom of the Gold Coast International Hotel at Brett McFall and Tom Hua’s World Internet Summit in Gold Coast, Queensland Australia!

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Simon Leung With Tom Hua And Brett McFall At World Internet Summit Gold Coast 2009

The World Internet Summit (aka WIS) is always an incredible learning and networking experience.

I had the opportunity to present back in September 2007 when Brett McFall and Tom Hua co-organized the seminar (then called World Internet Main Event) with Mike Filsaime, Paulie Sabol and Donna Fox in San Francisco.

But this weekend, I was extremely excited to watch Brett McFall and Tom Hua in action in their home country of Australia, where they not only brought local experts to the World Internet Summit Gold Coast stage, they also invited several of my fellow marketing expert friends from the states.

The World Internet Summit Gold Coast speaker line-up included Matt Bacak, Sean Roach, Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Brian “Koz” Kosobucki, Nikhil Parekh, Debra Thompson Roedl, Matt Clarkson, Amanda Clarkson, Barnaby De Palma, Raymond Aaron, James Schramko and Scott Letourneau.

Needless to say, the World Internet Summit Gold Coast audience definitely got their money’s worth with the priceless content these speakers shared.

Off the World Internet Summit stage, we even got to hang out at the local restaurants and bars in Gold Coast’s nightlife area called Surfer’s Paradise.

As you can see, we stayed out of trouble (for the most part) – but we no doubt had some good times with friends downtown…

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Gold Coast Beach On Surfers Paradise

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Irish Carbomb With Matt Bacak And Cassey Lim

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Dinner At Hog’s Breath With Matt Bacak, Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Brian Koz, Cassey Lim And Joanna

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Party Inside The “Ice Lounge” At Minus Five Degrees With Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Brian Koz And Joanna

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Party Continues At The “Ice Lounge” After A Few Drinks With Brian Koz, Cassey Lim And Joanna

Gary Ambrose And Keith Wellman’s Gateway To Wealth Seminar In Orlando, Florida

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on August 3rd, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 723 of the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Gary Ambrose and Keith Wellman’s Gateway to Wealth Seminar in Orlando, Florida!

We just wrapped up the Gateway to Wealth seminar here in Orlando, and it was yet another content and fun-packed weekend.

In addition to partying non-stop with my roommates for the weekend, Lee and Robin Collins, we also got to hang out quite a bit with fellow Gateway to Wealth seminar speakers and VIP experts, including Mike Filsaime, Matt Bacak, Sean Roach, Kevin Wilke, Alan Bechtold, Jeff Dedrick, Kevin Nations, Alex Nghiem, Eric Stafford, Brian Koz, Joe Lavery and Christine Comaford-Lynch.

As a matter of fact, if you have been following me on Twitter and Twitpics, you’ll know exactly how much fun we’ve been having as they happen as I send the real-time updates from my mobile phone (you can see some of the recent posts on the right sidebars of this page).

But of course, what made the Gateway to Wealth seminar great is not just that we had a lot of fun, but the fact that all the speakers really wanted to help the attendees.

In an effort to maximize value for the Gateway to Wealth seminar audience, the speakers even held a special expert panel session to answer any and all burning questions the audience members have about building their Internet Marketing business.

Expert Panel With Matt Bacak, Mike Filsaime, Jeff Dedrick, Lee Collins, Robin Collins, Erik Stafford, Gary Ambrose And Brian Koz

Overall, the consensus among all the attendees is that the Gateway to Wealth seminar was a tremendous success and brought a ton of value, and I know for certain that the speakers enjoyed teaching at this event as well.

Because this weekend is scheduled to be one of my last seminars as a speaker this year (or at least for the next several months), I’m having some withdrawals at the moment, since I’m really going to miss this environment where attendees are so eager to learn and experts are so eager to help.

Live seminars is really a place where entrepreneurs of all levels get together and help each other out, create friendships, build partnerships and make a difference.

If we haven’t had the chance to meet yet at a live event, I’ll only be attending a handful more events this year (some of which have not yet been confirmed).

To join me for my last confirmed event this year, be sure to register for the Three Sides Of Traffic workshop happening next weekend in Long Island, NY, by clicking here.

Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress in Singapore

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on November 29th, 2007 | No Comments

Hello from Room 1007 of the Grand Mecure Roxy Hotel at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress in Singapore!

  
I’m extremely excited to be here at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress to speak about Google AdWords and the different ways to maximize the traffic for highest conversions.

Other speakers at this event include Donna Fox, Dr. Mike Woo Ming, Jermaine Griggs, Sean Roach, Nathan Anderson, Joel Christopher and Singapore natives Ewen Chia and Jaz Lai.

While there, I also had to the chance to meet up with my local friends Stuart Tan and Jacyln Chan, and made many more in the process.

As Asia is an ever growing market for Internet Marketing, I have also had the chance to discuss some very exciting business opportunities to bring more of what we do here in the U.S. over to the Asian countries.

But amidst all the shop talk, we even found time to have some fun and enjoy some fine local dining, sightseeing, lounges and of course, karaoke (no trip to Asia is complete without).

I really enjoyed Singapore a lot, and I am looking forward to setting up some business ventures here so I will have an excuse to come back more often.